25 and 26 August 2017
Experience a legendary event !
The Porsche Club Federation and the Porsche Motorsport Club look forward to seeing you at the Circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours for the Porsche Days on 25 and 26 August 2017.
Supported by Porsche France, this event will be open to the general public, with tickets priced at €20 for the weekend, for the 1st time.
The Porsche Village which covers an area of 6,400 m² will host exhibitors and partners throughout the weekend. Open Friday and Saturday from 8.00 to 19.00.
On the circuit, there will be track sessions for classics and sports cars. You can also watch the Porsche Club Challenge and the BRM Chronographs Sport Cup; running on slick and road tyres, these races guarantee a breathtaking show.
There will be many activities, including a “concours d’état” that looks at the condition of the vehicle and is open to all Porsche cars whether classic or modern, and gives you the opportunity to admire some exceptional cars; and a “concours d’élégance” that celebrates the owner together with their Porsche.
See you on Friday at 18.15 for the parade on the Grand Prix track… the largest Porsche traffic jam is expected. You can be the most passionate supporters. There is a tournament on the Nivernais golf course with the winner invited to the final of the French Carrera Cup. And finally, a car rally, between the Chavignol goat cheese and Sancerre wines, which will take you along the edges of the river Loire to finally discover the ramparts of the village of Sancerre.
Together with a parking area, an exhibition of static Porsches will be on show for enthusiasts and lovers of the German brand.
CIRCUIT NEVERS MAGNY-COURS
Technopôle, 58470 Magny-Cours
Tel. 03 86 21 80 00
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